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What's the pettiest reason that would make you stop dating someone?

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  • Praying_MantisPraying_Mantis Member Posts: 239 Member Member Posts: 239 Member
    I quit dating a guy because he scratched himself. The last straw was when he reached up, underneath his shorts, and scratched. I stood up and said "you gotta go". Never went out with him again.
  • LittleLionHeart1LittleLionHeart1 Member Posts: 3,655 Member Member Posts: 3,655 Member
    Danced like this. So she had to go

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    :D Ah Haah Haah! Good decision! :D
  • SomebodyWakeUpHIcksSomebodyWakeUpHIcks Member Posts: 3,836 Member Member Posts: 3,836 Member
    He likes Lena Dunham
  • jtegirl1jtegirl1 Member Posts: 4,924 Member Member Posts: 4,924 Member
    Motorsheen wrote: »
    Smoking Cigarettes.

    ..... or most anything else.

    Complete Deal Breaker.

    (Drugs Too)

    Hi!

  • iBill6273iBill6273 Member Posts: 48 Member Member Posts: 48 Member
    Does a court order count?
  • Carillon_CampanelloCarillon_Campanello Member Posts: 726 Member Member Posts: 726 Member
    MeganAM89 wrote: »
    I once tried to date a really good friend of mine who was really into me and while we got along great I couldn't get passed his weird side profile.

    I'm ok with this. I probably do this too. If you can't like what someone looks like in your peripheral vision you'll never see them quite right directly either. Just call it a day and move along.
  • jenilla1jenilla1 Member Posts: 11,142 Member Member Posts: 11,142 Member
    newmeadow wrote: »
    ...They've been engaged for 12 years now. They're still not married...

    Geez, don't even bother. If you're not gonna get married, why get engaged at all? Talk about stringing somebody along... :p
    edited April 2017
  • Just_Mel_Just_Mel_ Member Posts: 3,990 Member Member Posts: 3,990 Member
    If he didn't wash his hands after using the bathroom.
  • MotorsheenMotorsheen Member Posts: 20,201 Member Member Posts: 20,201 Member
    iBill6273 wrote: »
    Does a court order count?

    this is a trick question, isn't it?
  • KosmosKittenKosmosKitten Member Posts: 10,353 Member Member Posts: 10,353 Member
    I've been having fun reading these.. some interesting insights to be gleaned. As for me? I've dated all sorts of people and was willing to give anyone a shot at least once (which obviously led to some (read: many) bad decisions).

    The only things I can think of that would really turn me away are:

    Eats foods in a way I find personally disgusting.

    Ex. I had a friend (not someone I ever dated) who every year on his birthday would want to go to Red Lobster for his birthday celebration. Every year (for five years) I would go when no one else would/could and watch him horrendously devour crab legs and corn.. and the noises he made while doing so were just so cringe-inducing. He would suck, slurp, nibble and make the most obnoxious noises I think I have ever heard a person make while eating food. Ugh. I've dated a few fellas that had some minor obnoxious eating habits, but nothing compares to said friend. I quickly realized why his whole family bailed citing "allergies" every year and why all the other friends we shared were suddenly "busy" on that day, lol.

    Is overly clingy, emotionally insecure or can't/won't stand up for himself (to anyone).

    Tied in with this is someone who is indecisive 100% of the time.
  • Vikka_VVikka_V Member Posts: 9,562 Member Member Posts: 9,562 Member

    Eats foods in a way I find personally disgusting.

    Ex. I had a friend (not someone I ever dated) who every year on his birthday would want to go to Red Lobster for his birthday celebration. Every year (for five years) I would go when no one else would/could and watch him horrendously devour crab legs and corn.. and the noises he made while doing so were just so cringe-inducing. He would suck, slurp, nibble and make the most obnoxious noises I think I have ever heard a person make while eating food. Ugh. I've dated a few fellas that had some minor obnoxious eating habits, but nothing compares to said friend. I quickly realized why his whole family bailed citing "allergies" every year and why all the other friends we shared were suddenly "busy" on that day, lol.


    I agree, food noises are the worst, just your description had me cringing. I have to leave the room when some people I know are making their disgusting eating noises, gag.
  • JstTheWayIamJstTheWayIam Member, Premium Posts: 6,357 Member Member, Premium Posts: 6,357 Member
    I couldn't date a chik that acted ghetto...
  • browneyedgirl749browneyedgirl749 Member, Premium Posts: 4,984 Member Member, Premium Posts: 4,984 Member
    I couldn't date a chik that acted ghetto...

    I couldn't have people in my life at all that acted this way. Everyone has that little bit in them, and it can come out when the right buttons are pushed. But all the time? No thanks, I'll pass...
  • Carillon_CampanelloCarillon_Campanello Member Posts: 726 Member Member Posts: 726 Member
    If he didn't wash his hands after using the bathroom.

    I will never understand why they put the sign "employees must wash hands" next to the sink. Is an employee who isn't taking the time to wash their hands IN THE SINK taking time instead to read the sign NEXT TO THE SINK.

    One of life's little mysteries I guess.
  • Carillon_CampanelloCarillon_Campanello Member Posts: 726 Member Member Posts: 726 Member
    I couldn't date a chik that acted ghetto...

    Why you trippin' fool?
  • Iron_Muscle_Iron_Muscle_ Member Posts: 5,096 Member Member Posts: 5,096 Member
    She said she didn't fart. Please. Everyone does it.

    It's ok.

    :D
  • Sara1791Sara1791 Member Posts: 760 Member Member Posts: 760 Member

    If he didn't wash his hands after using the bathroom.

    I will never understand why they put the sign "employees must wash hands" next to the sink. Is an employee who isn't taking the time to wash their hands IN THE SINK taking time instead to read the sign NEXT TO THE SINK.

    One of life's little mysteries I guess.

    It's the law.
  • Carillon_CampanelloCarillon_Campanello Member Posts: 726 Member Member Posts: 726 Member
    Sara1791 wrote: »
    If he didn't wash his hands after using the bathroom.

    I will never understand why they put the sign "employees must wash hands" next to the sink. Is an employee who isn't taking the time to wash their hands IN THE SINK taking time instead to read the sign NEXT TO THE SINK.

    One of life's little mysteries I guess.

    It's the law.

    Put it by the door handle or at eye level next to the door where forgetful employees will see it. Not next to a sink they aren't thinking about.
  • Carillon_CampanelloCarillon_Campanello Member Posts: 726 Member Member Posts: 726 Member
    If she can't go a day without having a drink. That's a problem.
  • Sara1791Sara1791 Member Posts: 760 Member Member Posts: 760 Member
    Sara1791 wrote: »
    If he didn't wash his hands after using the bathroom.

    I will never understand why they put the sign "employees must wash hands" next to the sink. Is an employee who isn't taking the time to wash their hands IN THE SINK taking time instead to read the sign NEXT TO THE SINK.

    One of life's little mysteries I guess.

    It's the law.

    Put it by the door handle or at eye level next to the door where forgetful employees will see it. Not next to a sink they aren't thinking about.
    That's a good idea. Rewrite the law.
    ETA: I'm being sincere. I know it's hard to tell in chit chat.
    edited April 2017
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